[chuck-users] ChucK Lab Video

Loscha loscha at gmail.com
Sat Jul 19 19:43:58 EDT 2008

I enjoyed the video;

 I just want to take this juncture to have a sook that we Windoze users
don't have the features of making a GUI, and I wanted to ask when this is
going to happen? And who do I have to slip a 20 to to make it happen
 Actually, if I could have it tomorrow, I'd pay $50, but, that's beside the

Joe; Good work! I really need to update my ChucK page on my site (horribly
out of date).

I just got a M-Audio Delta66, which will make the Chucking all the better,
as it's 4 ins and 4 outs on real 1/4 jacks. I was using it with Reaktor the
other day in the following useful configuration

Out 1 Channel A of Catgirl Synth Real Ring Modulator
Out 2 Channel B of Catgirl Synth Real Ring Modulator
Out 3 to Oscilloscope (a real hardware one)
Out 4 to Mixer (so I could hear what's coming out of the RRM
In 1 - the output of the RRM back into the computer, so I could record and
monitor the waveforms.
In 2 - input for audio from Korg MS2000r so I could play notes from that and
route them to the ring modulator

 I want to get the multiout thing working in miniAudicle, though on my PC.
Thing is, miniAudicle doesn't like my SBLive that I have, it seems to really
piss it off, so, I'm going to have to strike that from the system fist.


On Sun, Jul 20, 2008 at 7:01 AM, Joe McMahon <mcmahon at ibiblio.org> wrote:

> On Jul 19, 2008, at 5:06 AM, Inventor-66 at comcast.net wrote:
>  Hi Spencer et. al.,
>> Here is a video under 15 minutes of me making music with ChucK Lab, which
>> is basically an explosion of MAUI filling the screen and making cool music.
>>  The link is here:
>> http://www.freedomodds.com/music/
> Good heavens. There's so much on that page I'm going to have to sit down
> and spend a few hours going through it. Way excellent.
>  --- Joe M.
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